Northeast Kingdom Launches Lunch; See the Luxe Menu at Mihoko's 21 Grams

Our motto has always been, "Brunch big or go home." Now, The Vinatta Project, fresh on the brunch scene, is making it easy: Their new $65 special includes one entree and a whole pitcher of any cocktail. We can't believe it, but you'd better believe we'll be there.

JoeDough Sandwich Shop will mark 4/20 (beginning at 4:20 p.m., naturally) with a "Stoner's Delight" sandwich, lots of gooey cheese between two pieces of grilled challah bread, for only ... $4.20.

Your days of midday foraging are over: Farm-to-table gem The Northeast Kingdom is now serving lunch.

The Franco-Japanese menu at Mihoko's 21 Grams just dropped, and it's crazy-luxe, with dishes like morels and maitake mushrooms with yuba, and guinea hen cooked in hay. Full lineup here.

There's Instagram food porn, @NPHFoodPorn, and now ... high-art food porn? Mike Geno, a cheese portraitist, has officially taken the "starving" out of "starving artist."

Tribeca Film Fest ticket and badge holders will be treated to a free glass of wine at Kutsher's Tribeca until the last reel rolls on April 29. We wonder: What film should we pair with our Cabernet?

The talented toques behind the test kitchen at Bon Apptit will prepare a five-course dinner with City Grit supper club on May 3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets, $100, will benefit Edible Schoolyard NYC.

Eataly's Earth Day celebration, on April 22 from noon to 6 p.m., will include samples from 28 producers and, at La Birreria, a special Earth Day beer. Batali and Bastianich's other restaurants, including Babbo and Del Posto, will participate on Earth Day by reducing emissions and, as a bonus, handing out seed packets to diners.

Beginning April 27, the London Candy Company will debut a line of British-themed ice-cream flavors (flavours?) including Earl Grey Tea and Banana English Toffee. God save the (dairy) queen.

Hamptons season is almost upon us, and Beaumarchais is getting a jump on summer with an expansion into East Hampton. Dinner service will begin May 18; show up for brunch beginning after Memorial Day.

A Michigan woman who won a $735,000 lottery prize has been charged with welfare fraud after she continued to use food stamps. Not the same as clipping coupons!

A popular herbicide is losing its mojo, and farmers are being forced to spend more money to fend off weeds. What would Old MacDonald do?